RHEL7 Quick recipes

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10 comments on “RHEL7 Quick recipes
  1. cyberfreak says:

    I found this site very interesting for Redhat. I have a few doubts regarding RHEL 7 about exams and syllabus.
    1). Is RHCSA syllabus the same for RHEL 7 as on RHEL 6? What about exam format and duration
    2). I find RHCE syllabus changed is it minor or a vast…what about commands?
    3). Is taking RHCSA / RHCE on RHEL 7 good now itself. As they have just released the RHEL 7 few days ago…

    My company uses cent os 6 so i thought of gaining knowledge and certification on same. But only after joining fortraining i found its RHEL 7 and have some changes. Please help…URGENT !

    • CertDepot says:

      1) RHCSA syllabus for RHEL 7 is not very different from RHEL 6 (http://www.certdepot.net/rhel7-rhcsa-whats-new/).
      2) Conversely, changes in RHCE syllabus for RHEL 7 are big: it’s now 3.5 hours and you’ve got a lot of new topics with an emphasis on Kerberos (http://www.certdepot.net/rhel7-rhce-whats-new/).
      3) RHEL 7 was released in June. If few companies have started migrations, the RHEL 7 exams exist and it will not be possible to take RHEL 6 exams after February 2015. Concerning available materials, they are still limited even though books will be released around June.

      • cyberfreak says:

        Dear Cert depot…

        Your site is interesting…! I would like to know few more about …I have joined for a coaching only after that i am aware that rhel 7 rhce comes with a vast lot of syllabus and comes with different commands than 6. So is it good if I take course now or later as option as no books are available though…If i purchase the book now will the coupon behind it have a validity that i should take exam before that expires…..or is it required to wait till books like michal jang is released… Since its too early will companies accept a candidate with RHEL 7 for vacancies..any chance…

        • CertDepot says:

          I advise you to wait until March 2015: there will be at least one or two books available for RHEL 7 and more information about the RHCE 7 exam than now. Furthermore, I don’t think a lot of companies have got plans to move to RHEL 7 for the time being. Most of them are still waiting.

  2. ILMostro says:

    I wonder if the Kerberos and other ID management-related tasks can be completed with the IPA tools on the exams. i.e. ipa-server-install sets up multiple things to use with IPA, NSS (no TLS), etc.

  3. madnessinc says:

    Is there a way to see a list of your Tasks of the Day?
    Thank you for an amazing site of information. it has helped me learning for this exam in so many ways.

    • CertDepot says:

      To display a list of the Tasks of the Day, I would need to write some php scripts.
      Until now, I haven’t done that. Sorry.
      As you are the second person to ask for that, I’m going to think seriously about it.

  4. twostep says:

    Maybe quick recipe about kickstart installation. Even if I have got a few years of experience in RHEL administration, I always have to remember the options like ks= or inst.ks= , start from USB or PXE etc.:)

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Add 100MB of swap space to the machine using a new logical volume.

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Configure a httpd server that executes a Perl script in the /var/www/cgi-bin directory displaying "Hello!".

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